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Recycling

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Most of our cities require urban regeneration processes to improve their conditions or to restart a new useful life that offers new uses and avoid consuming more land. This can range from obsolete industrial areas that we have to reschedule to the marginal neighbourhoods that we have to restore; from the aggressive infrastructures that we must redesign to the new mobility methods that we have to enhance; from the urban centres to which we have to bring peace and to renaturalise the sectors that can still be densified.

Renovate

Rehabilitation is a fundamental principle of sustainability as it allows us to extend and improve the useful life of a building by recovering in double the time the ecological impact generated in its initial construction. Renovating obsolete and inefficient buildings instead of demolishing them and building them all over again significantly reduces ecological impact, energy consumption that is produced and the generation of waste.

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More sustainability

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Productivity

Living on the boundary between the city and the countryside. The city and the country have historically not had a very good connection. The city consumes all the land it needs, imposing laws and eliminating all the systems that used to be there.

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Cradle to cradle

Looking for solutions based on nature. Richard Rogers heralded in his book Cities for a Small Planet that sustainability would become the dominant philosophy of our time, and that cities, the human habitat, might once again become intertwined with the cycle of nature.

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